Listen: 11 Pittsburgh synagogue shooting victims identified, shooter to be arraigned tomorrow
"Afternoon. US attorney Scott Brady said during a press conference this morning. A Robert Bowers is facing twenty nine charges linked to a mass shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue yesterday that has left eleven people dead. There are eleven counts of murdering victims who are exercising. Their religious beliefs. There are eleven counts of using a firearm to commit murder, and each of these counts is punishable by death. There are no other suspects believed to be involved. In addition, four officers were hurt three of which were allegedly shot by Bowers one officer has been released from the hospital with a second expected to be released today. The forty six year old suspect reportedly walked through the synagogue, firing three Glock handgun at an AR fifteen chorus of his deadly assault on the people the synagogue Bowers made statements regarding genocide and his desire to kill Jewish people. Governor Cuomo has ordered all flags at St.. Government buildings to be lowered today memory of the victims of the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting. Cuomo said the hate in this country has reached a fever pitch, and it is bubbling over into violence today. Lawmakers and clergy members"